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Dog Areas in Buena

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Buena, New Jersey is a growing borough lovingly referred to as a "small town with a big heart." The town is seeing an influx of young families looking for room to grow, many of which are coming into the area with their dogs. There are no animal hospitals inside the borough of Buena, but there are six of them in the communities surrounding the town. All of them are within thirty minutes of Buena, which should put your mind at ease if you are traveling through or moving to the area with your pup. You will need to keep your dog on a leash throughout the town.

Dog owners in Buena have access to many open area parks throughout the town and communities. The Cedar Lake Wildlife Management Area is just to the north of the borough and is a popular destination for dog owners who enjoy having plenty of space to run around and play with their pups. You can also take your dog to one of the smaller green spaces in town, including Blackwater Pond Park. You will find plenty of room there to splash through the ponds or roll around in the grass. If you are looking for the pawfect place for both of you to stretch your legs, you will pawsitively love Buena!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Buena

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    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #1 North Buena

    North Buena is a mostly undeveloped area of land full of open green spaces. This makes it the pawfect spot for a dog-friendly picnic with plenty of space to throw around a tennis ball or a Frisbee. The Unexpected Wildlife Refuge is just a few minutes farther north and is a wonderfully peaceful place to enjoy some quiet time with your dog in nature. There are paths and trails there that you can explore with your leashed canine companion. Just don't forget your doggie waste bags for easy clean-up before you head back home or to your next pupperific adventure.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #2 Wheat Rd

    Wheat Road is part of the southern tip of Buena. You and your dog will find quite a few streams, ponds, and green spaces that you can visit on a crisp, clear day together. You can pack a picnic basket for an afternoon full of snacks and Frisbee before grabbing some friends for some fun at Ricky's Outdoor Bar, where dogs are welcome at the outdoor tables during the warmer months. The Expansion of Fiocchi Field is just a few minutes to the west of Wheat Road and gives you the pawfect place to run and play with your dog after a long day at work.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #3 Central Buena

    The area north of Interstate 40 is known as Central Buena. It is there you will find plenty of family- and dog-friendly real estate. You will also find the Pancoast Preserve is a lovely spot just a few minutes to the east of Central Buena where you can take your dog for a long walk on a warm weekend morning. There are trails and streams there where you and your leashed pup are welcome to roam to your hearts' content. Just make sure you have plenty of clean-up bags with you, and drinking water with a collapsible bowl for your furry friend.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #4 Landisville

    Landisville is a busy and increasingly populated community in the center of Buena, on the southern side of Interstate 40. You will find many pupperific places to walk and run with your dog throughout this beautiful community. Bruno Melini Park is located in Landisville and is a large, lovely green space to spend a few hours or an entire afternoon getting some quality time in with your dog. You will need your leash, water, and waste bags with you. You may also want to bring both people and pup approved snacks if you will be at the park for a while.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #5 Minotola

    Minotola is a small, unincorporated community where you will find plenty of scenic paths to follow with your dog. There are several residential areas with built-in green spaces for you and your dog's convenience and enjoyment. The Buena Vista Campground is popular with pup lovers in Buena who also enjoy camping or just spending some extra time with nature. Just be sure to bring your dog's favorite toys, waste bags, and plenty of drinking water with you for your adventures. Be sure to keep a good harness and leash on your dog to help him tackle any terrain that you come across.
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